"Mi ┼Łatas matenon pli ol nokton."

Translation:I like morning better than night.

June 14, 2015



Really Duo? I thought you were an owl.

July 12, 2015


Mi ┼Łatas nokton pli ol matenon.

July 12, 2015


I know these aren't plural, but it feels more natural to translate this as "I like mornings better than nights" in English. Using the singular forms feels very awkward to me. Is this just me?

June 14, 2015


If you say, "I like morning better than night," it feels to me like you're just making a general reference to that time of day. Like if someone asked you, "What's your favorite time of day?" you might respond, "Oh, I'm a morning person." I think this sentence has the same vibe to it. =)

June 19, 2015


Both versions have basically the same meaning.

July 4, 2015


How would I say, "As for me, I like..." in Esperanto?

I've known several languages to have that construct (including English), but I don't think I've run across it in Esperanto yet.

January 4, 2016
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